Join Date: Sep 2001
Location: Jasper, IN 47546
I am looking at purchasing a 68 camaro that I believe to be a true SS. All clues seem to be in line - 12 bolt, disc brakes and finned drums out back, multileaf springs, exhaust hanger welded to frame, etc. One thing has me puzzled though. It has emblems similar to a 67 on the front fenders, crossed flags and then the SS emblems on the front of the fender in the bumble bee stripe. The fender does have the side marker though. This car has been repainted, but the emblems show the wear I would expect out of original ones. Would it be possible that this 68 was one of the first SS produced and they used 67 emblems on it? Or am I just stretching for an original item?